Alabama Bible Records

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 A Bible was often given by relatives to a bride as a wedding gift, where she recorded information about her immediate family and close relatives. Relationships were seldom stated but were often implied. Names of parents, children, and their spouses, including maiden names, were frequently given along with dates of birth, marriage, and death. Sometimes the age of a person was given at the time of death. Many families kept Bible records from the 1700s (and sometimes earlier) to more recent times, although few have survived. Some have been donated to local libraries or societies.  
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<p>&nbsp;A Bible was often given by relatives&nbsp;to a bride as a wedding gift, where she recorded information about her immediate family and close relatives. Relationships were seldom stated but were often implied. Names of parents, children, and their spouses, including maiden names, were frequently given along with dates of birth, marriage, and death. Sometimes the age of a person was given at the time of death. Many families kept Bible records from the 1700s (and sometimes earlier) to more recent times, although few have survived. Some have been donated to local libraries or societies.  
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</p><p>For Alabama the following sources are beneficial:
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</p><p>The Gandrud and Jones’ collection, <i>Alabama Records</i>, contains many Alabama Bible records. It is described in the "<a href="Alabama Genealogy">Genealogy</a>" section of this outline. Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Miscellaneous Records, described in the "<a href="Alabama Cemeteries">Cemetery</a>" section, also has many Bible records. The DAR records are indexed by surname in <i>An Index to Some of the Bibles and Family Records of the Southern States</i> mentioned in the "<a href="Alabama Genealogy">Genealogy</a>" section.
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</p><p>Many periodicals publish family data from Bible records. These are referenced in the "Families" section of the Periodical Source Index (PERSI), described in the "<a href="Alabama Periodicals">Periodicals</a>" section of this outline.
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</p><p>The above sources and additional transcriptions of Bible records are listed in the Place Search of the Family History Library Catalog under:
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</p><p>ALABAMA- BIBLE RECORDS
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</p><p>ALABAMA, [COUNTY]- BIBLE RECORDS
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<h3> Web Sites  </h3>
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<ul><li>http://www.alabamagenealogy.org/bible.htm
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</li><li>http://www.accessgenealogy.com/bible/alabama.htm
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For Alabama the following sources are beneficial:  
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<a href="Category:Alabama">Bible</a>
 
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The Gandrud and Jones’ collection, ''Alabama Records'', contains many Alabama Bible records. It is described in the "[[Alabama Genealogy|Genealogy]]" section of this outline. Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Miscellaneous Records, described in the "[[Alabama Cemeteries|Cemetery]]" section, also has many Bible records. The DAR records are indexed by surname in ''An Index to Some of the Bibles and Family Records of the Southern States'' mentioned in the "[[Alabama Genealogy|Genealogy]]" section.
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Many periodicals publish family data from Bible records. These are referenced in the "Families" section of the Periodical Source Index (PERSI), described in the "[[Alabama Periodicals|Periodicals]]" section of this outline.
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The above sources and additional transcriptions of Bible records are listed in the Place Search of the Family History Library Catalog under:
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ALABAMA- BIBLE RECORDS
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ALABAMA, [COUNTY]- BIBLE RECORDS
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=== Web Sites  ===
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*http://www.alabamagenealogy.org/bible.htm
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*http://www.accessgenealogy.com/bible/alabama.htm
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[[Category:Alabama|Bible]]
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Revision as of 14:47, 1 October 2010

 A Bible was often given by relatives to a bride as a wedding gift, where she recorded information about her immediate family and close relatives. Relationships were seldom stated but were often implied. Names of parents, children, and their spouses, including maiden names, were frequently given along with dates of birth, marriage, and death. Sometimes the age of a person was given at the time of death. Many families kept Bible records from the 1700s (and sometimes earlier) to more recent times, although few have survived. Some have been donated to local libraries or societies.

For Alabama the following sources are beneficial:

The Gandrud and Jones’ collection, Alabama Records, contains many Alabama Bible records. It is described in the "<a href="Alabama Genealogy">Genealogy</a>" section of this outline. Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Miscellaneous Records, described in the "<a href="Alabama Cemeteries">Cemetery</a>" section, also has many Bible records. The DAR records are indexed by surname in An Index to Some of the Bibles and Family Records of the Southern States mentioned in the "<a href="Alabama Genealogy">Genealogy</a>" section.

Many periodicals publish family data from Bible records. These are referenced in the "Families" section of the Periodical Source Index (PERSI), described in the "<a href="Alabama Periodicals">Periodicals</a>" section of this outline.

The above sources and additional transcriptions of Bible records are listed in the Place Search of the Family History Library Catalog under:

ALABAMA- BIBLE RECORDS

ALABAMA, [COUNTY]- BIBLE RECORDS

Web Sites

<a href="Category:Alabama">Bible</a>